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September 13th, 2011

Eurohealth, Volume 17 Number 2-3

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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September 13th, 2011

Eurohealth, Volume 17 Number 2-3

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

The latest issue of Eurohealth is now available: Volume 17, Number 2-3

Contents:

Ageing and long-term care

1. Introduction: The demand for long-term care for older people, Lisa Trigg
2. Help wanted! Balancing fair protection and financial sustainability in long-term care, Francesca Colombo and Jérôme Mercier
3. The impact of changing patterns of disease on disability and the need for long-term care, Carol Jagger, Ruth Matthews, James Lindesay and Carol Brayne
4. Disability, dementia and the future costs of long-term care, Adelina Comas-Herrera, Juliette Malley, Raphael Wittenberg, Bo Hu and Carol Jagger
5. Long-term care: valuing care providers, Frits Tjadens and Francesca Colombo
6. Use of care services in relation to proximity to death among older people: Evidence from Finland, Mike Murphy and Pekka Martikainen
7. Implementing remote care in the UK: an update of progress, Jane Hendy, James Barlow and Theopisti Chrysanthaki
8. The role of ICT support services to promote ageing in place. The ACTION service, Elizabeth Hanson and Lennart Magnusson
9. Classification, assessment and comparison of European LTC services. Development of an integrated system, Luis Salvador-Carulla, Cristina Romero, Germain Weber, Hristo Dimitrov, Lilijana Sprah, Britt Venner and David McDaid for the eDESDE-LTC Group

Health policy developments

1. NICE supporting England and Wales through times of change, Tarang Sharma, Nick Doyle, Sarah Garner, Bhash Naidoo and Peter Littlejohns
2. Which type of hospital ownership has the best performance? Evidence and implications from Germany, Oliver Tiemann, Jonas Schreyögg and Reinhard Busse
3. Health care across borders: Implications of the EU Directive on cross-border health care for the English NHS, Elisabetta Zanon
4. Towards fairer care funding in England, David McDaid

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